# English

1. What's the price of this?
2. What's price for this?

3. What's the price of the hat?
4. What's the price for the hat?
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Which questions are grammatical? Do we have to sue 'of' or 'for?

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1. All are fine.

These two prepositions are pretty much interchangeable for this use.

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